Selected Abstracts of the 1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2015); Budapest (Hungary); September 16-20, 2015; Session “Nutrition and gastroenterology”

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Selected Abstracts of the 1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2015); Budapest (Hungary); September 16-20, 2015

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS
European Society for Neonatology (ESN), European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI), with the local host of Hungarian Society of Perinatology and Obstetric Anesthesiology, Hungarian Society of Perinatology (MPT), supported by Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN), organizing secretariat MCA Scientific Events

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Artúr Beke (Hungarian Society), Morten Breindahl (ESN), Giuseppe Buonocore (UENPS), Pierre Gressens (ESPR), Silke Mader (EFCNI), Manuel Sánchez Luna (UENPS), Miklós Szabó (Hungarian Society of Perinatology), Luc Zimmermann (ESPR)

 

Session “Nutrition and gastroenterology”

ABS 1. NEONATAL ANTIBIOTICS IN PRETERM INFANTS AND RISK OF ALLERGIC DISEASES LATER IN LIFE • E. Westerbeek, A. van Zwol, L. Carstens, R. van Elburg

ABS 2. FRENOTOMY FOR TONGUE-TIE IN NEWBORN INFANTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW • J.E. O’Shea, J.P. Foster, S.E. Jacobs, C.P.F. O’Donnell, D.A. Todd, P.G. Davis

ABS 3. EARLY FORMULA MAY HELP SUPPORT LONG-TERM BREASTFEEDING • Z. Stranak, J. Kolarova, M. Cerna

ABS 4. COMPARISON OF DRY BLOOD SPOT AMINO ACID PROFILES BETWEEN PRETERM INFANTS AT TERM POSTMENSTRUAL AGE AND HEALTHY TERM NEWBORNS • C. Balcells, M. Izquierdo-Renau, M. Molero, C. Sierra, R. Artuch, I. Iglesias-Platas

ABS 5. VARIABILITY IN BONE MARKERS PROFILE OF NEWBORNS AND THEIR MOTHERS AFTER DHA SUPPLEMENTATION IN PREGNANCY • L. Serrano López, M. Peña Caballero, E. Martín Álvarez, J. Diaz Castro, N. Najarabille, J.J. Ochoa, J.A. Hurtado Suazo

ABS 6. A SYNBIOTIC MIXTURE OF scGOS/lcFOS AND BIFIDOBACTERIUM BREVE M-16V IS ABLE TO RESTORE THE DELAYED COLONIZATION OF BIFIDOBACTERIA SPP. IN C-SECTION DELIVERED INFANTS • M.C. Chua, C. Chew, A. Goh, W.C. Chiang, R. Rao1, C. Lay, K. Ben-Amor, S. Chaithongwongwatthana, N. Khemapech, K. Knol, V. Chongsrisawat

ABS 7. COMPARISON BETWEEN RENAL PHOSPHATE HANDLING OF PREMATURE INFANTS OF 23-26 AND 27-32 WEEKS of GESTATIONAL AGE • Z.P. Halaba, J. Stępień, P. Adamczyk, H. Sławska, G. Ziomek

ABS 8. ADIPONECTIN CONCENTRATIONS ARE TIGHTLY ASSOCIATED WITH POSTNATAL GLUCOSE CONTROL IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • I. Hansen-Pupp, C. Löfqvist, A.-L. Hård, G. Hellgren, L. Smith, A. Hellström

ABS 9. THICKENED PARTIALLY HYDROLYZED MILK FORMULA ADDED WITH L. REUTERI DECREASES THE NUMBER OF REGURGITATION IN INFANTS AND AMELIORATES THE GASTRIC MOTILITY • F. Indrio, A. Di Mauro, L. Trove’, G. Brindisi

ABS 10. VITAMIN D AT A DOSE 400 IU/D PROTECTS TERM AND PRETERM INFANTS FROM DEFICIENCY • J. Czech-Kowalska, M. Jaworski, A. Pleskaczynska, D. Maksym, M. Gruszfeld, G. Wygledowska, B. Pawlus, A. Zochowska, M. Kornacka, A. Dobrzanska

ABS 11. AGE AT OCCURRENCE OF FOCAL INTESTINAL PERFORATION AND NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN PRETERM INFANTS • S. Petersen, G. Greisen

ABS 12. HUMAN MILK FEEDING COMPARED TO FORMULA FEEDING POST DISCHARGE SEEMS TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED BONE MINERAL DENSITY (BMD) AT SIX YEARS OF AGE IN VERY PRETERM BORN INFANTS • L. Toftlund, L. Agertoft, S. Halken, G. Zachariassen

ABS 13. NEONATAL NUTRITION AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH DETERMINANTS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN BORN PRETERM – PRELIMINARY DATA • I. Odri Komazec, A. Posod, E. Schermer, M. Schwienbacher, K. Kager, U. Pupp Peglow, D. Baumgartner, U. Kiechl-Kohlendorfer

ABS 14. CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF HYDROLYZED PROTEIN PRETERM FORMULA IN PREVENTION OF FEEDING INTOLERANCE IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • D. Dobryanskyy, O. Borysiuk, O. Novikova, Y. Dubrovna, Z. Salabay, O. Detsyk

ABS 15. THE EFFECT OF A STANDARDIZED GASTRIC RESIDUAL REGIME ON FEEDING TOLERANCE IN PRETERM INFANTS • T.J.M. Cents, D. van Zoeren-Grobben, R.A. van Lingen, L.J. Groot Jebbink

ABS 16. GROWTH PATTERN AND BODY COMPOSITION OF PRETERM INFANTS FROM BIRTH TO DISCHARGE: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY • Z. Khan, N. Morris, S. Wallner-Liebmann, N. Haiden, B. Urlesberger

ABS 17. AGGRESSIVE VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE IN PRETERM NEONATES • T. Waterfield, C. Chetcuti-Ganado

ABS 18. IMPLEMENTING AND SUSTAINING IMPROVED NUTRITIONAL CARE OF PRETERM INFANTS IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE USING A PRACTICE BASED COMPLEX INTERVENTION • M. Johnson, F. Pearson, J. Pond, A. Emm, A. Leaf

ABS 19. PROTEIN ACCRETION AND RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PRETERM INFANTS ACCORDING TO FEEDING REGIMEN • M.L. Giannì, L. Morlacchi, P. Roggero, E. Battiato, B. Bracco, A. Polimeni, F. Mosca

ABS 20. PRETERM SINGLE DONOR MILK FROM MOTHERS OF PRETERM INFANTS TO START ENTERAL FEEDINGS IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • E. Sauerzapf, A. Repa, C. Binder, M. Thanhaeuser, B. Jilma, A. Berger, N. Haiden

ABS 21. NUTRITIONAL AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY NUTRITION SUPPORT TEAM IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • B.K. Lee, E.R. Jeong, I.G. Song, Y.H. Jung, S.H. Shin, E.K. Kim, H.S. Kim, J.H. Choi

ABS 22. IS MILKOSCAN™ A RAPID INFRARED ANALYZER, AFTER A SPECIFIC CALIBRATION, ACCURATE AND PRECISE ENOUGH FOR HUMAN MILK FORTIFICATION? • V. de Halleux, R. Buffin, F. Sudsinsky, J.C. Picaud, J. Rigo

ABS 23. EARLY FRESH HUMAN MILK REDUCES THE RISK OF SEPSIS IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • R. Nieto, A. Dinerstein, C. Solana, D. Ventura, M. Larguía, F. General

ABS 24. BREAST MILK VERSUS FORMULA FOR THE ENTERAL NUTRITION OF VERY PRETERM INFANTS – OUTCOME AT THE AGE OF ONE AND TWO YEARS • L. Kirchner, N. Klambauer, R. Fuiko, S. Brandstetter

ABS 25. HYPERGLYCEMIA IN EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS LASTS LONGER THAN PREVIOUSLY ACKNOWLEDGED – RESULTS FROM THE EXPRESS STUDY • I.M. Zamir, E. Stoltz Sjöström, F. Ahlsson, M. Domellöf

ABS 26. BLOOD UREA NITROGEN IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS – A USEFUL MARKER FOR PROTEIN INTAKE? • M. Lindberg, I.M. Zamir, C. Späth, E. Stoltz Sjöström, M. Domellöf

ABS 27. RECRUITING AHEAD OF SCHEDULE TO A LARGE FEEDING TRIAL – LESSONS LEARNT FROM SIFT (THE SPEED OF INCREASING MILK FEEDS TRIAL) • J. Dorling, J. Abbott, J. Berrington, E. Boyle, Z. Chivers, N. Embleton, E. Juszczak, A. Leaf, L. Linsell, S. Johnson, K. McCormick, W. McGuire, T. Roberts, B. Stenson

ABS 28. PERINATAL INFLAMMATION AND CHILDHOOD ADIPOSITY – THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER • J. Donnelly, K. Lindsay, J. Walsh, M. Horan, D. O’Shea, E.J. Molloy, F. McAuliffe

ABS 29. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MATERNAL NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE DURING PREGNANCY AND OFFSPRING ADIPOSITY AT 2 YEARS OF AGE – ANALYSIS FROM THE ROLO STUDY • M.K. Horan, J.M. Donnelly, C.A. McGowan, E.R. Gibney, F.M. McAuliffe

ABS 30. COMPARISON OF FAT MASS INDEX, PERCENTAGE OF FAT MASS AND BODY MASS INDEX AS INDICATORS IN MONITORING THE TREATMENT OF OBESITY IN PREPUBERTAL CHILDREN • L. Pereira-da-Silva, M. Pitta-Grós-Dias, E. Dionísio, D. Virella, M. Alves, G. Cordeiro-Ferreira

ABS 31. MATERNAL NUTRITION AND GLYCAEMIC INDEX DURING PREGNANCY IMPACTS ON OFFSPRING ADIPOSITY AT 6 MONTHS OF AGE – ANALYSIS FROM THE ROLO RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL • M.K. Horan, C.A. McGowan, E.R. Gibney, J. Byrne, J.M. Donnelly, F.M. McAuliffe

ABS 32. PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS AND EARLY POSTNATAL GROWTH VELOCITY IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • L. Gagliardi, R. Bellù, E. Bertino, C. Corchia, E.M. Edwards, J.D. Horbar, R.F. Soll, E. Spada, R. Zanini

ABS 33. CORD BLOOD LEPTIN AND IGF-1 ARE SUITABLE BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN NEWBORNS WITH SIMPLE FETAL MACROSOMIA AND INFANTS OF A DIABETIC MOTHER • R. Hentschel, J. Trost, M. Thill, A. Krause, M. Kunze, O. Schwab

ABS 34. MATERNAL ANTIBIOTICS AND TERM INFANT GUT COLONIZATION • G. Zachariassen, N. Hyldig, K. Shamrulazhar, L. Krych, G. Greisen, D.S. Nielsen

ABS 35. INITIATION OF ENTERAL FEEDING DIET-DEPENDENTLY AFFECTS INTESTINAL DNA METHYLATION IN PRETERM PIGS • X. Pan, F. Gao, T. Thymann, P. Sangild

ABS 36. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PIGLETS FED INFANT FORMULAS VARYING IN PROTEIN QUANTITY AND QUALITY • P.S. Worsøe, J.B. van Goudoever, B. Koletzko, E.M. van der Beek, M. Abrahamse-Berkeveld, B.J.M. van de Heijning, P.T. Sangild, T. Thymann

ABS 37. MATERNAL RISK FACTORS FOR NEC IN PREMATURES INFANTS WITH GA UNDER 28 WEEKS • G. Olariu, L. Olariu, S. Olariu, M. Tunescu

ABS 38. DOES DELAYED PASSAGE OF MECONIUM AND LOWER FREQUENCY OF STOOLS PRECEDE DEVELOPMENT OF NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS? • E. Lilja, K. Sandberg, A. Elfvin

ABS 39. THE EFFECT OF GESTATIONAL AGE ON THE CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF SEVERE NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS: A UK POPULATION STUDY • C. Battersby, S. Mandalia, N. Fitz-Simon, N. Modi

ABS 40. A STUDY OF IMPACT OF STANDARDISED FEEDING REGIME AND PROBIOTICS ON INCIDENCE AND SEVERITY OF NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN PRE-TERM BABIES, A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE • K. Mansoor, A. Upasani, A. Minocha, O. Kazeem, R. Roy

ABS 41. EARLY POSTNATAL HYDROCORTISONE FAILS TO PROTECT AGAINST NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN PRETERM PIGS • P.S. Worsøe, T. Skeath, M.M. Birck, T. Thymann, P.T. Sangild

ABS 42. FECAL MICROBIOTA TRANSPLANTATION DECREASES NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS BUT IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED NEONATAL MORTALITY IN PRETERM PIGS • L. Martin, M.S. Cilieborg, M.M. Birck, T. Thymann, P.T. Sangild

ABS 43. TRANSCRIPTOMICS PROFILING OF HUMAN NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS • E. Tremblay, M.P. Thibault, E. Ferretti, C. Babakissa, V. Bertelle, M. Bettolli, K. Burghardt, J.F. Colombani, D. Grynspan, E. Levy, S. Mayer, D. Ménard, O. Mouterde, I.B. Renes, E.G. Seidman, J.F. Beaulieu

ABS 44. CURRENT ESPGHAN RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PRETERM PARENTERAL NUTRITION – A RECIPE FOR SEVERE BIOCHEMICAL DISTURBANCES? • S. Mulla, S. Cowey, R. Close, S. Pullan, R. Howe, J. Jones, L. Radbone, P. Clarke

ABS 45. GROWTH AND NUTRITIONAL BIOMARKERS OF PRETERM INFANTS FED A NEW POWDERED HUMAN MILK FORTIFIER: A MULTICENTER, RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED, DOUBLE-BLIND CLINICAL TRIAL • J. Spalinger, J.-M. Hascoët, C. Billeaud, J.-C. Picaud, F. Mosca, A. Rubio, E. Saliba, M. Radkë, U. Simeoni, B. Guillois, P. Steenhout, J. Jaeger, L. Ameye, N.P. Hays, J. Rigo

ABS 46. ULTRAVIOLET-C IRRADIATION OF DONOR HUMAN MILK IMPROVES GROWTH, INTESTINAL FUNCTION AND SYSTEMIC IMMUNITY IN PRETERM PIGS • Y. Li, D.N. Nguyen, M. de Waard, A.M. Bojesen, T. Thymann, S.B. Bering, P.T. Sangild

ABS 47. CIRCULATING SALICYLIC ACID IN OBESE CHILDREN: ASSOCIATION WITH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CONSUMPTION • E. Verduci, C. Lassandro, B. Mariani, M. Brambilla, G. Radaelli, G. Banderali

ABS 48. PRE- AND POSTNATAL GROWTH RESTRICTION IS A RISK FACTOR FOR SEVERE RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY DEPENDENT ON GESTATIONAL AGE AT BIRTH • S. Klevebro, P. Lundgren, U. Hammar, L. Smith, M. Domellöf, M. Bottai, B. Hallberg, C. Löfqvist, A. Hellström


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1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies; jENS 2015; Budapest; 2015; Session “Nutrition and gastroenterology”

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